UI/UX (User Interface and User Experience) are two important elements in the product development process, to create comfort for the user (users). Good design must not only be visually beautiful, but must also provide a satisfying function and experience for the user. One approach that has been proven effective in producing good designs is Design Thinking. This article will explain the concept of Design Thinking in the context of UI/UX and how this approach can help create a better user experience. What is Design Thinking Design Thinking is a creative approach that focuses on deep understanding of user needs in order to design solutions that meet their expectations. This approach involves identifying problems, gathering information, exploring ideas, and testing concepts through iterative iterations. Design Thinking places the user at the center of the design process and encourages designers to deeply understand user needs, wants, and context. In the context of UI/UX, Design Thinking is used by designers with the aim of understanding users better. According to Michael Shanks from Stanford University in the book "Design Thinking and Design Theory," Shanks explained the importance of combining theory and practice in Design Thinking. He emphasizes that it is important for designers to have a deep understanding of design theory and various methodological approaches, while maintaining flexibility and creativity in the exploration of ideas.